TWO NEW FAA SECTION 333 APPROVALS ISSUED TODAY

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Today, the FAA approved two  new Section 333 petitions for exemption. One exemption was issued for real estate photography and videography over non-congested areas in Tucson, Arizona using the DJI Phantom 2 Vision + (the same UAS I use as a hobbyist).  The second exemption was issued for precision agriculture crop scouting and photogrammetry using […]

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FAA Approves Five New 333 Exemptions

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Today the FAA approved five new Section 333 petitions for exemption by four companies, but continues to require a private pilot’s license for these very small UAVS, stating “Although Section 333 provides limited statutory flexibility relative to 49 USC § 44704 for the purposes of airworthiness certification, it does not provide flexibility relative to other […]

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Updates to Section 333 Petitions – 117 Filed

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Searching the Regulations.gov website is too hard, so we wanted to make it easy for you. We have updated our list to include the 117 Section 333 petitions on file, including the Section 333 petition Antonelli Law filed on behalf of Nixon Engineering (more will be filed by our Drone/UAS Practice Group soon. Of the […]

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